Town head back on the road this weekend as they take on Newtown during MD25.

We are three games in to the Championship Conference as it’s the test of Newtown away for the Lakesiders this Saturday.

In the first fixture back in September, the Robins were 1-0 winners when George Harry scored in the 83rd minute. The reverse fixture at Maes Tegid in November saw the Lakesiders win comprehensively 4-0 thanks to goals from Louis Robles (3) and Henry Jones.

Last week saw the Lakesiders earn a 1-1 draw at home against The New Saints meanwhile Newtown’s game was called off due to the weather but they won 2-1 also at home against The New Saints the week previous.

Town know that with the top two taking on each other that a win on Saturday could close the gap whilst Newtown who are 10 points behind in 5th are also keen to keep their European hopes alive.

Louis Robles will return for the Lakesiders following his one match suspension plus Jonny Spittle should be back in contention following his broken nose.

Kickoff: 2.30p.m.

Admission: £7 adults, £5 senior citizens & £1 Under 16’s.

Directions: Follow the A483 Pool Road towards Newtown town centre. When you reach a set of traffic lights with the large St Davids Church on the left, turn right at these lights into New Church Street. Turn left just past the United Reform Church into Park Street. Then take the second right into Park Lane which leads up to the ground entrance and car park.

Parking: There is parking outside of the ground.

Address: Latham Park, Newtown, Powys, SY16 1EN

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